Decarbonisation pathways for local authorities, citizen and businesses

Project reports

Over the course of the project, LOCALISED is producing various reports referring to all of the goals and achievements that are realised within the scope of the project. These documents provide crucial information, details and outputs related to specific LOCALISED objectives and actions. 

Data and Methods

Documentation of decarbonisation scenarios for usage in the project (Deliverable 2.1).

This report details how the EUCalc model is used to reproduce the demand, energy supply and GHG emissions disclaimed in national decarbonization pathways. A total of three national decarbonization plans are reproduced for the countries of Portugal, France and Germany as an example. Released in June 2022. Link >>

Mitigation and Adaptation Indicators (Deliverable 2.6).

This report presents a first version of indicators which are appropriate and practicable to downscale national decarbonisation trajectories to local level in order to speed up the uptake of mitigation and adaptation actions. Released in September 2022. Link >>

LOCALISED Data Management Plan – first version (Deliverable 1.1).

This report asseses the types and nature of data to be collected and/or generated during the LOCALISED project, as well as details of strategies to make data compliant with FAIR principles. It also introduces suggestions of appropriate licensing schemes for data and software, separately, together with planned repositories to safeguard data legacy. Released in February 2022. Link >>

User-oriented approaches

Report on SDGs Oriented Indicators for SECAPs definition and assessment (Deliverable 5.1).

This report presents 93 indicators connecting Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and the Sustainable Energy and Climate Actions Plans (SECAPs), being two main instruments at regional and local level to implement mitigation, adaptation and energy poverty actions. As SDGs and SECAPs are currently not aligned, the aim of the proposed indicators is to facilitate not only the optimization of resources, but also the smart implementation of actions and the benchmarking between regions and cities. Link >>

Report on key approaches of low carbon lifestyle changes (Deliverable 6.1).

This report explores key approaches of low-carbon lifestyles for European citizens. It s intended for civil servants, policy advisors, and researchers seeking to develop equitable climate policies for citizens. In particular, it aims to enhance the information available to local administrators and decision makers regarding the realistic greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions reductions can be achieved through behavioral changes towards low-carbon lifestyles among various groups of citizens, especially those most severely affected by climate. Link >>

Stakeholder engagement, communication and dissemination

LOCALISED stakeholder interaction methodology and schedule (Deliverable 8.1).

This report presents the methodology and time plan for the stakeholder mapping, the main stakeolder groups and the planned interaction with them for the tools‘ co-design. Released in June 2022. Link >>

Initial insight from stakeholder nteraction following the LOCALISED methodology (Deliverable 8.4).

One integral part of LOCALISED is the systematic interaction with different stakeholders to understand the questions and needs of the end users of the project’s results and services. This deliverable reports on how the stakeholder interaction methodology (established and introduced in LOCALISED Deliverable 8.1) has been implemented in the first 18 months of the project and discusses the initial insights from this first interaction phase. Link >>

LOCALISED dissemination and communication strategy (Deliverable 9.1).

This document is intended to be the strategic and operative guide for all LOCALISED partners in regard to the communication and dissemination of project activities, results and outputs. Its aim is to provide the project team with targeted information in order to coordinate, align and efficiently implement outreach activities. Released in March 2022. Link >>

Gender, diversity, quality and impact

Quality review process and impact assessment plan (Deliverable 1.4).

The document has two parts. It pesentes: (1) the quality review process for the LOCALISED outputs; and (2), the methodology to assess the impacts of LOCALISED results and outputs. Released in September 2022. Link >>

Guidelines on gender and diversity monitoring and within multidisciplinary teams (Deliverable 1.5).

The report is intended to be a guiding blueprint for the LOCALISED project (and beyond) for the implementation and monitoring of gender mainstreaming, inclusivety, and diversity within a research project. It aims to close the gap between the gender mainstreaming and diversity policies and their implementation, execution, and assessment. Released in April 2022. Link >>